Research in the field of medicine that elicit legislative changes in the health budget

Author:Dana Sonia Oieru - Remus Amorin Popa
Position:PhD student, University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine - Professor, University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine, Chief of Doctoral Medical School
Pages:49-56
SUMMARY

Regarding the psychological factors as etiologic agents that trigger the somatic diseases has gained more and more ground in the past few years, successfully repeating that the human being is a bio-psycho-social entity. In order to render the psychological interventions more efficient for the management of the diabetes mellitus diseases, we must detect and modify those configurations of the early ... (see full summary)

 
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AGORA International Journal of Juridical Sciences, www.juridicaljournal.univagora.ro
ISSN 1843-570X, E-ISSN 2067-7677
No. 1 (2015), pp. 49-56
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RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF MEDICINE
THAT ELICIT LEGISLATIVE CHANGES IN THE HEALTH BUDGET
D.S. Oieru , R.A. Popa
Dana Sonia Oieru,
*Correspondence:
PhD student, University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine
The Doctoral School of the University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine
Iacobinilor str., no 12 A, postal code 410251, Oradea, Bihor county.
tel. no:+40742139284
email address: oierusonia@yahoo.com
Remus Amorin Popa
*Correspondence:
Professor, University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine, Chief of Doctoral Medical School
The Doctoral School of the University of Oradea, Faculty of Medicine
Iacobinilor str., no 12 A, postal code 410251, Oradea, Bihor county.
Abstract
Regarding the psychological factors as etiologic agents that trigger the somatic
diseases has gained more and more ground in the past few years, successfully repeating that
the human being is a bio-psycho-social entity. In order to render the psychological
interventions more efficient for the management of the diabetes mellitus diseases, we must
detect and modify those configurations of the early maladaptive schemes and coping styles
that stick together in the so-called acquired vulnerability which makes the person liable to an
inappropriate reaction against stress.
Keywords: acquired vulnerability, coping style, adaptive weakness, management of
the disease, psychological intervention.
Introduction
The ground-breaking progress achieved within the sciences whose object is the health
condition, is the consequence of a revolution in theory and practice and forms the basis of a
radical change of the traditional notions about the human nature of the health condition and
disease. In the centre of this revolution rests the human behavior and its determinations in the
social framework and the existence of different criteria for understanding the etiology,
treatment and prevention of many medical disorders assigned to biological causes only.
This revolution encourages the development and growth of the multidisciplinary
approaches, including the psychology of health condition, medical psychology, medical
behavior.
Background and Aims: A great number of paper was dedicated to the mood-based
psychosomatic diseases and the role of negative affectivity1. Many researches in `80 years
were focused on a mood the authors called “negative affectivity” (NA). The subjects with NA
show a high level of discomfort and dissatisfaction, are introspective, linger upon their
failures and mistakes, tend to be negative, focusing on the negative aspects of themselves and
of the others. Negative affectivity has similar features with other dispositional typologies,
such as neuroticism, anxiety, pessimism, maladaptation.[1-4]
1 Flaxman F.E., Blackledge J.T., Bond F. Acceptance and commitment therapy, "Routledge" Press, New York,
2011;

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